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Bharat"s guide to Indian capital market

Sanjiv Agarwal

Bharat"s guide to Indian capital market

by Sanjiv Agarwal

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Published by Bharat Law House in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.,
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Capital market -- Law and legislation -- India.,
    • Capital market -- India -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesGuide to Indian capital market, Indian capital market
      Statementby Sanjiv Agarwal.
      GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKNS909 .A942 2000
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1130 p. ;
      Number of Pages1130
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6874286M
      ISBN 108177370219
      LC Control Number00411373
      OCLC/WorldCa47208156

      BSEPSU The most authentic & comprehensive website on Disinvestments in India Guide to the Indian Primary Capital Market; Guide to the Indian Primary Capital Market. "Book Building" means a process undertaken by which a demand for the securities proposed to be issued by a body corporate is elicited and built up and the price for the. Current status of Indian capital markets Market capitalisation and turnover As on Ma , the Indian stock market had a market capitalisation of over Rs 10 trillion ($ billion.

      Capital Market Characteristics and Instruments.. In the financial sense, it is the market for the instruments representing long-term funds requirements of the corporation. It consists of a sprawling complex of institutions and mechanisms whereby intermediate-term funds and long-term funds are pooled and made available to businesses, government, and individuals.   The Indian Financial Market comprises of two parts, i.e. 1. Money market 2. Capital Market * Money market: Money market refers to the market where borrowers and lenders exchange short-term funds to solve their liquidity needs. * Capital Market.

      New AND Enhanced Version ! This basic book on Indian Share market will help those who are looking to start investing in the Indian stock is written in a simple, easy to understand language to help grasp the basics of the share /5().   But the book is more than a critique of global capitalism and India's version of it. After all, Dasgupta's talents are as a writer, a chronicler and an observer, not an economist.


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About Guide to Indian Capital Market: The book is a comprehensive treatise on capital market and merchant banking. It contains more than 50 well-written chapters discussing topics relating to Indian Capital Market and Money Market, Project Financing, SEBI Guidelines and Stock Exchanges, OTCEI, NSE, Issue Management including Euro/GDR issue, Mutual Funds.

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The history of Indian capital market goes back to the 18th century when the securities of East Indian company was traded. The contribution of Indian capital market for. Chapter 1: An Overview Of Indian Capital Market Introduction The capital market is a vital of the financial system.

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INDIAN STOCK MARKET Before liberalization, Indian economy was tightly controlled and protected by number of measures like licensing system, high tariffs and rates, limited investment in core sectors only. During ’s, growth of economy was highly unsustainable because of its dependence on borrowings to correct the current account deficit.

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The topic of discussion of this post is Indian Financial Market. We will see what money market and capital market are. We shall also look into the details of sub-topics like call money, treasury bill, shares, debentures, put/call options etc.

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ADVERTISEMENTS: Introduction: Like the money market, capital market in In­dia is dichotomised into organised and unor­ganised components. The organised sector of the capital market comprises all the term-lend­ing financial institutions (or development banks or non-banking financial institutions, like 1DB1, ICICI, etc.), banks with their me­dium-term and their merchant.

A Framework for Capital Market Analysis SCOPE OF FLOWS AND STOCKS In accordance with the basic tenet of national accounting to extend the system as far as the "measuring rod of money" reaches, the frame-work for capital market analysis includes all assets that have a mar-ket value which can be expressed in monetary terms.

The scope of. What is capital Market? Its Structure and Constituents Capital market deals with medium term and long term funds. It refers to all facilities and the institutional arrangements for borrowing and lending term funds (medium term and long term).

The demand for long term funds comes from private business corporations, public corporations and the government. Capital market is a platform where investors and buyers get into the trade of financial securities, including stocks, bonds and so transactions may be is carried out by participants, such.

Indian Capital Markets Basic 1. Indian Capital Market – Basic Concepts ABHIJEET V DESHMUKH 2. WHY DO WE INVEST?

u To make sure we have enough funds to be prepared for the future. u Simply earning and saving is not enough. u Inflation – the price-rise beast – eats into the value of your money. u To make up for the loss through inflation, we invest a.